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Wizardry for the Uninitiated (New)
by Faye, Thea
Book ID: 9781905297139, 1905297130
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Wizardry, supposedly the stuff of fantasy and children’s novels, but if you dare look a little deeper than Harry Potter, you will find traces of an ancient tradition of magick which still exists to this day, practised in secret by those who dedicate themselves to this arcane occult science.
This book by Thea Faye, a modern day Wizard, explores the beliefs and practices of Wizardry, giving clues along the way for those wishing to explore the tradition in more depth. Discover the concealed history of Wizardry, practiced through the ages by men like Moses, Merlin, Nicolas Flamel, Agrippa and Faust through to the modern day illusionist Derren Brown.
The contemporary work of a Wizard in the 21st century is explored, together with the tools used by Wizards, and the basic skills every Wizard needs to master, such as training Familiars, Astral Projection and Commanding Spirits. The author further compares and differentiates between the modern Pagan traditions of Witchcraft and that of the Wizard, showing clear differences in the beliefs and magickal practices.
Suited to "would-be-wizards" of all levels of experience, as well as the purely inquiring mind who wants to glimpse the world of this still obscure tradition of the occult, this little book contains many unique and excellent insights into the fascinating world of wizardry.
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